stan zimmerman

STAN ZIMMERMAN: Director/Writer/EP/Creator: “secs & EXECS” – Webseries (, “Skirtchasers” – Webseries ( Consultant: “Katya” aka Russian “Roseanne” (Sony International/CTC). Writer/EP/Creator: “Rita Rocks” (Lifetime). Writer/Producer: “Gilmore Girls” (WB), “Roseanne” (ABC) WGA nomination – “Kiss Episode”. Writer: “The Brady Bunch Movie”, “A Very Brady Sequel”, “Annie” (ABC-MOW), “The Golden Girls” (NBC) WGA Nomination, “Fame” (Syndicated), “Brothers” (Showtime). Director: “Yes Virginia” – Studio C, “Synthesis” – Dorie Theatre, “Warm Cheese” – Studio C – Hollywood Fringe 2016, “Suicide Notes: In Their Own Words” – Hollywood Fringe 2015, also Writer/Producer (Theatre Asylum), “Daughter Of… -” Hollywood Fringe 2014 (3 Clubs Lounge), “Entertaining Mr. Sloane” (Actors Company), “BLINK & You Might Miss Me” (Hollywood Fringe 2013, SF Fringe, XL Lounge- NYC, Best Director winner –, “Spike Heels” (Actors Circle), “A Tuna Christmas” (Theatre Asylum), “Gemini” (Celebration Theatre), Music video “All I Want” – Whore’s Mascara (LOGO). Writer/Director/Producer: “Meet & Greet” – Hollywood Fringe 2014 (Theatre Asylum): Best Comedy, Best Director, Best Ensemble – Robbie Award nominations 2014, Meet & Greet (Elephant Space): Best Director nominee –, Best Director, New Comedy, Comedy Ensemble – Scenie Awards 2014, “It’s On!: the tv theme song musical” (workshop- NYMF/Signature Theatre, Falcon Theatre), Dancer/Broadway: Nureyev & the Joffrey Ballet (Mark Hellinger Theatre). TV Host/Showrunner: “Situation: Comedy” (Bravo/Producer Sean Hayes). Teacher: Chapman University, Beverly Hills Playhouse, Actors Company, American Comedy Institute (NYC), Grand Prairie Fine Arts Academy (TX). Education: Cranbrook Theatre School, Hampton Playhouse, BFA-Drama NYU/Circle-in-the-Square.

The Story of an Unlikely Showgirl

Pamela was destined to be a licensed registered nurse. But fate led her in to the exciting world of entertainment as a dancer. Join Pamela, as she takes you through her journey of transformation despite the comical limitations she was born in to.


Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us?